Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Elder Scrolls Blades: 5 Things You Need to Know

Elder Scrolls Blades: 5 Things You Need to Know

Nothing. Still, though. It's "Elder Scrolls' and we are morally obliged to mention it".

Blades was just one of a slew of games detailed at a jam-packed Bethesda E3 conference, including Rage 2, Starfield and Fallout 76.

LOS ANGELES-The Electronic Entertainment Show officially starts on Tuesday, but some of gaming's big names have already made major announcements. PREY is also getting a new multiplayer mode called Typhon Hunter, where five players play as mimics and use the creature's abilities to hide as objects in the environment.

Finally, speaking of content released the night it's announced, Bethesda unveiled and launched Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 ports of its popular free-to-play management game Fallout Shelter; they're available on their respective platforms now.

The trailer shows us a attractive landscape of what could be the main location for the game.

The next chapter of the Fallout series will be an entirely online game filled with real people users can interact with.

At its heart, "Blades" at its heart is a pure Elder Scrolls game, the company said when it announced the title.

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In the wake of the runaway success of the excellent reboot of Doom, it was just a matter of time until a sequel hit. Titled Very Special Edition, the game's Amazon page description reads: "Bethesda Game Studios is proud to present Skyrim. for Alexa". You can also head and register to play the beta later this year.

Unusually, the entire game can be played in portrait mode, along with the more conventional landscape orientation.

The latter part is something that Bethesda hasn't flirted with before in its Fallout or Elder Scrolls games, preferring to keep them a single-player only experience. Holding Tamriel in your grasp is a compelling prospect in of itself, but Blades' announcement carries greater weight still, and stands as a vanguard for a quite promising new future for Bethesda mobile titles.

There have been rumours flying around about the game since Bethesda publisher Zenimax filed a trademark for the name as far back as 2013. What's more, the game will eventually be released for PC and consoles with cloud-sync support so players can pick up their progress on their home platform.

Typhon Hunter will be a free update for owners of the Mooncrash DLC, which is out now.

Skyrim on Alexa doesn't feature the full-fat open world gameplay of the video game, but it's packed with old school charm.

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